Polar vortex strikes U.S. farm belt

A student's glasses fog in subzero temperatures while walking to class at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S., January 29, 2019. REUTERS/Eric Miller

CHICAGO (Reuters) – Farmers from North Dakota to Iowa buckled down for some of the coldest weather in a generation on Wednesday, throwing extra rations to pigs or building igloos for chickens before hunkering down for a day of sub-zero temperatures and bone-chilling winds. Some, like Kurt Line in Indiana, joked about the forecast. Line […]

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